Japan's Overnight Rate Goes Negative for First Time Since 2004By , , and
Volume-weighted average rate declines to minus 0.002 percent
Outstanding balance of call market plunged 73% on Tuesday
Japan’s unsecured overnight call rate dropped past zero for the first time in more than a decade, a day after the Bank of Japan began charging interest on some lenders’ excess reserves.
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